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Pulp: Interview With Jarvis Cocker

Paul Mathur, Volume, November 1991

IN THE EARLY '80s, a deeply disturbed Sheffield pop group called Pulp crafted a brace of lovably awkward pop classics, most notably the "controversial" 'Little Girl (With Blue Eyes)'. Their singer Jarvis Cocker also fell out of a window while trying to impress a girlfriend — as you do — and continued to use his wheelchair as a stage prop long after he'd regained the use of his legs.

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